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SCE Presents Clean Energy Proposal to Meet State Objectives

ROSEMEAD – Southern California Edison released a statement on Tuesday setting forth its Clean Power and Electrification Pathway, which it calls a strategic... Read more »

State Accuses Curacao of ‘Preying’ On Latino Customers

California’s attorney general is suing one of the country’s largest electronic and appliance retailers for preying on its Latino consumers, specifically those... Read more »

GM Settles Multi-State Lawsuit Related to Faulty Ignition Switches

A Los Angeles judge has approved a $120 million multi-state settlement with General Motors involving allegations that the automaker concealed safety issues related... Read more »

L.A. to Toughen Enforcement of Alcohol Sales at Gas Stations

A Los Angeles City Council committee voted Tuesday in favor of adopting stricter enforcement of the sale of alcoholic beverages at gas stations in an effort to reduce... Read more »

L.A.’s ‘Creative Economy’ Gets Boost From City

Mayor Eric Garcetti this week announced the start of a program aimed to support Los Angeles’ creative economy. LA Original is a pilot program to spotlight and... Read more »

Equifax Breach: Fraud Alert or Credit Freeze – Which Is Right For You?

Considering a fraud alert or credit freeze? In the aftermath of the Equifax data breach, many people are. You don’t need to be an identity theft victim to use... Read more »

Amazon Looking for Second Home: L.A. Will Make a Bid

Amazon officials announced plans today to open a second headquarters in a large city where the company will employ up to 50,000 workers, and Los Angeles is one of... Read more »

Settlement Could Bring Millions In Loan Debt Relief to Defrauded Corinthian

Former students who took out private loans to attend now-defunct Corinthian colleges will be eligible for more than $51 million in loan relief, under a settlement... Read more »

Port of L.A. Surpasses 2020 Clean Air Goal

The Port of Los Angeles achieved record clean air gains in 2016 while also moving a record level of cargo, according to a report released Friday. The 2016 Inventory... Read more »

Council Grapples With Issues In Franchise Waste System

With complaints rolling in about higher rates and poorer service related to the new franchise waste hauling system, a Los Angeles City Council committee Tuesday... Read more »

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